Monday, June 9, 2014 on The Morning Show
MADISON STEWART – Madison Stewart, known to many as Shark Girl, joins the conversation on the national edition of The Morning Show. She has been diving with sharks since the age of 12 and has made it her life’s mission to safeguard the creatures and the reefs she loves. A new documentary follows Stewart’s journey to protect the world’s most feared creature. Shark Girl premieres on the Smithsonian Channel on June 15.
JIMMY RANKIN – Canadian country and folk artist Jimmy Rankin joins us in-studio to talk about his latest album Back Road Paradise. Rankin’s solo and Rankin Family awards include 5 Junos and 27 East Coast Music Awards. Rankin released his sixth full-length album on April 1, 2014.
ONTARIO ELECTION ROUND-UP – Wilfred Laurier University professor Barry Kay breaks down the Ontario election numbers for the three main party leaders with just days left in the campaign. Several polls suggest the Liberals and PCs are in a statistical dead heat, and winning over some of the N-D-P’s traditional supporters may be Wynne’s best shot at staying in power. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
RUGBY CANADA – Members of Canada’s national rugby team discuss their upcoming friendly match against Team Scotland at BMO Field this Saturday. The Canadian national team set a North American record crowd for rugby attendance and BMO Field earlier this year when they faced they the Maori All Blacks. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
SKIN HYDRATION – Holistic nutritionist Joy McCarthy returns to talk about foods you can eat to help keep your skin hydrated in the hot weather. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
SUMMER STYLES UNDER $50 – Stylist Afiya Francisco from The Style House showcases this summer’s top fashion trends for under $50. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
VIRAL VIDEO – An orchestra celebrates Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back”.
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